Character labels are too obvious

Kasey 2022-04-20 09:01:34

If I were to use an animal as a metaphor for the woman played by Joan Fontaine, I think a hamster would be more similar, trembling, shrinking its weak claws in a corner, rejoicing with a little favor, with small eyes shining.

Her husband is arrogant and arrogant, and takes his wife as his property, which is completely in line with the vulgar image of the abandoned boy in Yi Shu's novels. The movie treats the plot of shooting Rebecca in the novel as Rebecca committing suicide in front of the male protagonist, but it doesn't help Maxim's image.

Mrs Danvers looked like a loyal black cat. Other servants have dog elements in them and are loyal to their male masters.

Rebecca is a butterfly, beautiful and elegant, and her soul flew over the sky in that era, but she lost the opportunity to be written as a legend.

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  • Amiya 2021-11-12 08:01:24

    Hahahahaha Isn't Rebecca in "Butterfly Dream" the Chun Yuan in "Zhen Huan"? In 1940, Kubrick designed a plot where the new couple was framed and put on the old clothes to provoke her husband's anger.

  • Terry 2022-03-27 09:01:04

    One of my favorite Alfred Hitchcock works. . The adaptation is much better than the original. . Laurence Olivier is of course a regal gentleman. . Joan Fontaine is very suitable for the role of a commoner girl + sensitive and suspicious~~

Rebecca quotes

  • Mrs. de Winter: I wish I were a woman of 36, dressed in black satin with a string of pearls!

  • Maxim de Winter: You thought I loved Rebecca? You thought that? I hated her!